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New Delhi, Jul 18 (PTI) Following are the top stories at 1300 hours: DEL5 VIRUS-LD CASES India records 41,157 fresh Covid cases New Delhi: India logged 41,157 new coronavirus cases, which took the infection tally to 3,11,06,065, while the death toll climbed to 4,13,609 with 518 more fatalities, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Sunday.

DEL8 VACCINE-DOSES Over 41.99 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses so far provided to states/UTs: Centre New Delhi: Over 41.99 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have so far been provided to states and Union territories, and more than 2.56 crore jabs are available with them and private hospitals, the health ministry said on Sunday.

BOM7 MH-RAINS-3RD LD MUMBAI Mumbai rain fury: 25 die in house collapses after landslides Mumbai: Twenty five people died in house collapses triggered by landslides following incessant overnight rains in Mumbai, which caused severe water logging and disruption of suburban train services and vehicular traffic in the financial capital on Sunday, officials said.

DEL6 PM-RAINS MUMBAI PM Modi expresses sadness at loss of lives in Mumbai due to heavy rains New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed anguish at the loss of lives caused by wall collapse incidents in Mumbai due to heavy rains.

DEL9 PAR-SESSION Govt plans slew of bills in Monsoon session;Oppn to corner it over Covid management, fuel price New Delhi: The government has readied a big legislative agenda for the Monsoon session of Parliament beginning Monday even as the Opposition seeks to corner the ruling dispensation over its handling of the second wave of COVID-19 and the rise in fuel prices.

CAL1 WB-DR KADIMBINI-TRIBUTE Tributes pour in for Kadambini Ganguly India s first woman doctor on 160th birth anniversary Kolkata: Tributes poured in for Kadambini Ganguly on Sunday as Google Doodle honoured the country's first woman doctor with a special graphic on her 160th birth anniversary.

FGN7 NEPAL-DEUBA-TRUST-VOTE Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuba set to seek vote of confidence Kathmandu: Nepal's new Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is set to face a vote of confidence in the reinstated lower House of parliament on Sunday, according to media reports.


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